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(1) Permits issued pursuant to this chapter may be revoked by the City Manager after notice and hearing for any of the following causes:

(a) Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement contained in the application for permits;

(b) Fraud, misrepresentation or false statements made in the course of carrying on the business as a peddler;

(c) Any other violation of this chapter;

(d) Conviction after submission of the application for a peddler’s permit of a felony or misdemeanor directly relating to the occupation of peddler, including, but not limited, those misdemeanors and felonies involving moral turpitude, fraud or misrepresentation;

(e) Conducting the business of peddling in any unlawful manner or such manner as to constitute a breach of the peace or to constitute a menace to the health, safety and general welfare of the public; or

(f) Violation of any part of this chapter by any employer of a permit holder, regardless of whether the employer is separately licensed under this chapter.

(2) The revocation of any permit held by an individual, corporation, partnership or other organization which serves as the employer or principal for individual peddlers shall constitute a basis for revoking the permit issued to individual applicants who are employed by or acting as agents for such individual, corporation, partnership or organization.

(3) The revocation of a permit for three or more persons who are employees or agents of an individual, corporation, partnership or organization shall constitute a basis for revoking the permit issued to the employer or principal, as well as the permits issued to all other employees or agents of that employer or principal.

(4) Notice of revocation of a permit shall be given by the City Manager in writing, setting forth specifically the grounds of the complaint and the time and place of hearing. In addition, it shall state that the peddler’s permit shall be suspended pending the outcome of such hearing. Such notice shall be mailed, postage prepaid, to the permit holder at his or her last known address. The revocation shall become final if no appeal is requested as provided in CMC 5.15.080. If the permit holder is an individual, corporation, partnership or organization which employs or serves as the principal for individual permit holders, the notice shall also be mailed to the individual permit holders. (Ord. 66-03 § 4; Ord. 95-98 § 1)